Friday, November 12, 2010

Pumpkin Spice and Autumn Roses

Today is another fun shopping day with Make Mine Pink and shopping with a twist. "Pumpkin Spice and Autumn Roses" is the theme today.

While I was preparing for this post, I took an Autumn walk around my garden to view the roses I still have in full bloom and so lovely. Grabbed my camera and had some fun taking a few pics and then putting my artistic touch to them.

With Thanksgiving upon us and the days turning cooler here in Texas, I am thankful for the blooms I can still enjoy. My roses today seemed to talk to me as I spent time among these gorgeous blooms. Some roses looked as though they were bowing their heads in prayer. Such peace and calm awaits in the garden. I hope you enjoy these few garden delights.

Even the pansy power had something to say!

My favorite today are the roses that were bowing their heads in prayer.

Thank you for stopping by and joining in my walk in the garden to celebrate pumpkin spice and Autumn roses.
I hope you have a wonderful Autumn day filled with promise and thanksgiving for the beauty around you. Till next time, you can find me swinging paint brushes and sprinkling fairy dust!
Blessings to you,
Celestina Marie


Julie Marie said...

How very beautiful Celeste!... your Autumn roses are still so pretty, and like you, my favorites are the ones that are bowing their heads in prayer... I love the pansies too, some of my favorites as well... wishing you a beautiful day in your studio... sprinkling fairy dust and painting pretty things... love to you... xoxo Julie Marie

Mari said...




Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Celestina Marie,

Indeed a blessing for this time of the year to have roses. Guess the bowed rose-heads are out of respect of our Veterans... A great natural gesture!

Have a great weekend and greetings from Georgia,


Anonymous said...

Celeste, this was a fun post! I love your clever ideas for filters over your roses and the 1st photo of the bench in your garden...a worthy still life for a painting perhaps?

I'm sorry for the loss of your father. God bless.

Hugs, Diane

Susan said...

Sorry for your loss Celeste~~ Your roses are beautiful!!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Celestina Marie,

You have beautiful roses and pansies and must be a gorgeous show in your garden.
I loved seeing the photo of your handsome Dad and yes, I am the same think every day about my dear old Dad.

Happy weekend, dear friend

Silver said...

Roses are always a winner, aren't they? Lovely!


Anonymous said...

Your garden is blessed to have blooms so late in the year. I had my last rose about a week ago. Today it was 72 for which I was grateful. The dogs frolicked in the yard, I washed windows and dreamt of thanksgiving to come. I love this holiday more than any other. The colors, the smells... so powerful. Hugs. Tammy

Nélia Botelho said...

Como vai Celestina?

Vim dar um passeio pelo seu jardim perfumado de lindas flores que é o seu cantinho para lhe desejar ...
...a nice weekend!

Rebecca Nelson said...

Happy Pink Saturday my talented friend. How you be????

I always love to stop in and see what you are up to! I love your header. I've been TRYING to find time to get back to working on the one I'm modifying for Christmas but man...I'm wayyyyy behind.

Always a joy to 'see' you~


Grandma Yellow Hair said...

What a lovely post honey! So glad you decided to share your garden with us.
I so enjoyed my special visit with my secret visitor. lol She is as lovely outside as inside. I told her I had to keep her visit a secret until after the holidays because of my sons reading my blog. They are very protective of me and would have a fit knowing someone visited me from blogland.
Also she wants to post pictures of me and while I work where I do I can't do pictures of myself on blogs. I feel bad putting such restrictions on her posting about my special visit from her.
She is quite the lady to know and love and I enjoyed every minute with her.
Hope your having a great weekend

Bearly Sane said...

I did so enjoy the walk with you through your garden.
Don't forget to pop by before I move...there's a lovely Surprise Christmas Draw to enter.
Warmest Hugs,
Sandi @ Ess D'Ess Bears

Shirley said...

Hi My Friend. I loved sharing the walk in yur rose garden. I love roses. I should have snitched the beautiful buds about a weekago, because Mr Frost got them. We are in the 40's today and we aren't going to go much higher. We had the rain and cold yesterday, but no snow for which I am very thankful for. Have a great day. Your Missouri Friend.

Silver said...

Thanks for the linking up. I am flattered!


Anonymous said...

Beautiful..Thank you for sharing...

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Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..